Water treatment for your water feature..

Water treatment for your water feature.

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 When water quality fails to meet fish requirements the fish die. Test kits enable you to check pond water to tell if it has unsafe levels of certain chemicals. When ammonia and nitrate reach toxic levels for instance, fish become listless uninterested in eating, and more subject to disease and parasite attack. Chlorine and chloramines must be absent. Ammonia and nitrite levels must be low. The preferred ph reading is between 6.8 and 8.0. Stress becomes a threat if ph is under 6.5 or over 8.5. As ph increases ammonia becomes much more potent and more likely to kill fish. Check the reading daily in midmorning when establishing a fishpond.

Most test kits don’t enable you to test for the level of dissolved oxygen in the water. If oxygen is low, however the fish tell you by gasping at the surface. Other water quality deficiencies may also cause them to gasp. Once you become comfortable with the daily reading from a water quality test kit weekly check will suffice. Also, as get to know behavior patterns of the fish,   You’ll be able to read their signs too.

Test kits work by having you add an agent to a pond water sample or dip treated paper strips into pond water, then matching the resulting color with a chart.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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